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|9th July 2006, 18:39||#1|
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buying car in monsoon
I was wondering if its ok to purchase a vehicle during monsoon time. Vehicles like palio sport are manufactured under order. During the monsoon is the humid and wet condition going to affect the quality of the car. Specially in the powder coating of parts and painting process. May be I am wrong but need some input on this.
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|9th July 2006, 20:56||#2|
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i dont think so that such things should really matter as companies manufacture an deliver all around the year. and plus all their work is under the shed's and painted in a heated room at a particular temprature and thing. i am telling you a heated room because the maruti dealer out here told me that all paint jobs they carried in a special room at a set temprature.
|9th July 2006, 23:13||#3|
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I got my 2000 Esteem during monsoon and it runs perfectly fine. there wont be any difference in quality if you order during monsoon.
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